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pipeline explosion. pacific gas and electric company is the first to testify. school cuts are looming for to bay area cities we'll tell you why officials said some layoffs could be prevented. as surprising confession by the couple accused of kidnapping and holding jaycee lee dugard captive for nearly 18 years. bad >> james >> james: we're tracking the storm, with a green expected tonight. we'll break it down in a minute. >> erica: starting this morning offering with no hot spots complete check of your bridges straight ahead. >> will: the latest on the investigation to december in a gas line explosion pacific gas and electric company is expected to the first to testify before the national transportation safety board
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in a public hearing and the sea. there will also release thousands of cases of documents from the blast that killed eight people destroying 38 homes. there will include lab tests, stay with kron4 for the latest on the december a gas line explosion. --similar in a gas line explosion. a very nervous morning for anyone working at any school in the state school districts are getting ready to issue their annual layoff notices. this year the state may see more layoffs hodge because of the state's fiscal budget problems. in san francisco the state school board is expected to approve its plan which calls for a 419 layoffs among them hundred 40 teachers, counselors, aids. those layoffs may not
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happen if several things fall into place. >> and think we positioned ourselves better than most will district's one, we didn't spend dollar system less money we saved it because we knew this coming year we would have more problems. we had the privilege to every needy fund. >> will: along with the money and leftover from money the governor's tax extensions must also pass to prevent layoffs. without that they say more cuts and the possibility for a shortened school year could become reality. in the south bay this could be the third year of layoffs. kron4 is roberts lot about looks at the numbers on the table. >> reporter: officials in san as a caution the numbers are preliminary and could
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change that is a worst-case as many as 100 and teachers could receive one of those preliminary laos notices. the numbers include between 15-20 certified teachers between 25-30 classified teachers and as many as 60 temporary teachers. the layoffs could impact as much as 5% of the district's 1100 teachers the said union with 24,000 students is the largest high school district in northern california. facing a $13 million budget deficit. >> will: from san jose to mount diablo which is meeting tonight in concord to discuss budget cuts. last week devoted to keep the two schools open, the county is asking the district to develop the 27-20 pro budget assuming governor brown's
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tax extensions fail. that would mean the loss of 35 $0 per student.f hundred and $50 pr student. --$350. it is colder this morning than it was yesterday even though james i think it will be some your right? >> james: yes today should be warmer. major changes today, at the san mateo let's go over the headlines dry, warmer today but the clouds will build. rain begins tonight falling heavy, it will last through the morning commute tomorrow. here's for temperatures are rain now,
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89 san rafael, 37 napa. 41 oakland to. 39 redwood city, 36 los gatos, 36 livermore. we never close are once again like we said yesterday that the temperatures will rise to a comfortable range. still loves or no. but this will slowly start to track soapers hitting as pro we tonight at 10:00 this evening really heavy overnight. before that nice after noon to 57 expected, off 60 in six to reserve, 61 oakland, low 60s to the south bay, 62 livermore. 6162 is the general trend. keeping an eye on that satellite is see all of that productivity come in the cold air tapping into moisture that will surely
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drawn into the bay area are over eight hours to heavy tomorrow morning they will be heavy enough with the rain in though wind there we have a warning in effect from 9-3:00 p.m. there expecting twins to be high. it will be rather choppy on the water. if you're not an experienced boaters at this just to not be out there. here is a look at your 7 day around the bay. heavy rain to mark taper in mostar today. showers will move through thursday, friday looking dry. the weekend trips are to be another wet one. --the weekend shaping up to be another one. >> erica: the seven accidents on the runway 9 affecting your drive around the bay area most of them on the right-hand shoulder. bay bridge toll plaza nice, light just a few cars headed
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westbound towards san francisco. overnight construction still in effect between client and treasure island. start tracking very good speeds of 60 mi. an hour. san mateo westbound, east from 92 nice, light. taillights in the commute direction, no from getting to the rich. drive george is 13 minutes from end to end. a live look at the golden gate bridge, no problems to report. great conditions during county in of your taking public transit off to a great start. >> will: developing story as surprising confession by the couple accused of kidnapping and holding jaycee lee dugard for nearly 18 years, kron4 is key thompson has the details. >> reporter: phillips-van
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nancy to garrid and nancy garrid to kidnapping jaycee lee dugard . the couple confessed in hopes of getting a plea deal but so far nothing has been agreed upon. >> will: kron4 revisited the citadel, of philip and nancy garrido it is boarded up, fences are locked, that is where they held her captive for nearly two decades. no sign of any new activity. coverage of the garrido's continues all mine. all you have to do is go to www.kron4.com. we'll be right back.
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>> will: new details this morning congress is considering legislation to avoid a partial shutdown of the government when temporary funding runs out on friday. it would keep the government running for two weeks to give lawmakers time to reach an agreement on long-term legislation. the senate is likely to go along despite concerns that it will take longer than two weeks to reach agreement. treasury secretary will go before a house committee to talk about the need to revamp the housing market. he says the obama administration wants congress to approve legislation that overhauls freddie mae and freddie mac within two years. failure that were some market commentators and the serious problems unaddressed. wisconsin gov. scott walker is set to unveil the rest of his plan today for dealing with the state's budget.
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this is video from protesters yesterday he is quickly becoming the darling of republicans across the country for his plan to take away most collective bargaining rights for public workers. the rest of his plan includes a teacup for schools and governments. \, spread two issues here at home, and jerry brown is altering his proposal to realign certain state and local government responsibilities after criticism from local law- enforcement authorities. the state should continue to oversee more dangerous parolees rather than having them placed in county jails. pushing some law-enforcement related functions to local government is one way he sought to save money. stocks sharply higher on monday the
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s&p rose seven parents, the down 96, the nasdaq rose one. . intel says it completed its purchase of securities of mr. mcafee. this is due by there for several print 6 $8 billion in an all cash deal. --this was an all cash deal for $7.60 billion. i need $3 million tv ad comes the week that talk about is due to respond to a lawsuit in u.s. district court for their products by including me. this is the filling is 88 percent beef in the message. another car, another recall. there are recalling corolla cars in brazil for fuel leaks. cars manufactured between march
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20008-march 2010. are in need of work. it is the latest in a string of problems. they have recall of more than 14 million cars globally since 2009. insurance institute for highway safety is asking the government for stricter standards covering under red cross eldrills when a car. new h tests show that guards can fail in low-speed accidents and the consequences of occurred sliding under a big break can be deadly. coming up, much more weather, traffic, news the weather today is quickly changing we could see heavy rainfall by tonight. wind is headed are way. we'll tell you more about that in a few minutes. here's a live look at the
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golden gate, light, easy. we'll be right back.
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>> will: welcome back to the kron 4 news. if you need to get something then you may want to do very soon and it's changing, by tonight a caked clothes quickly change. james l. levy to death that he would chair to say. >> james: 0 live look here at the golden gate bridge the weather story over the next 24 hours will be the rain coming our day. partly cloudy this morning it's a clustered but otherwise not bad clouds will build but we still have a fairly mild temperatures in fact maybe just a couple of degrees warmer than this debate. this evening is a different story that had spilled, by about 10:00, 9:00 we will start to see rainfall heavier as each hour goes by. fairly heavy rain
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anywhere from 1-2 in. to fall. possibly 3 in. are more we are looking at the real possibility of flooding streams. mainly 40's, 30's may be a degree warmer than yesterday still cold. it will warm up nicely. is slated to get away by nine, 10:00, that is when it will get warm. 61 concord, 60 degrees in six san jose. even out in livermore after noon temperature of 60 degrees. completed tracking your way the timing of this puts it this evening overnight, dusty conditions, gil warning on the water
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with the wins 20-35 knots. 6-11 ft. cells of the water. --swells on the water. here is a look at your 7 day around the bay. thursday tapering off, friday we look good, rain back on tap for the weekend. let's get a check and your commute with erica. >> erica: so far, so good, a couple of accidents none of them blocking lanes. none of them affecting your tuesday morning to you. bay bridge toll plaza nice, quiet, no problems getting to the bridge from any approach no weight at the toll plaza once you make your way towards the toll plaza we do have construction closing down the to right-hand lanes it is not producing any slowing. drive time of just eight minutes. san mateo, in case, no problems among
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those taillights having courts foster city golden gate and very easy. just a couple of cars headed southbound toward san francisco. no problems. another camera, across town, san francisco very quiet just a few kurds where the james lick needs inbound drive times = under 15 minutes. >> will: new details about an officer and got shooting in san mateo we're told the suspect had a history of run ins with police. it happened yesterday, we built the not too sure you where just a few blocks were from the room started at a drugstore. jonathan bloom shows us how the incident unfolded. >> reporter: police say it started with a confrontation it ended in tragedy and neighbors cell phone video capture the sound of the officers lot
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balance as they shot and killed the man. amanda came and said, threatening the employee with a handgun officers say that man robert barone had an extensive history with police. >> it involves behavior such that that there was a notice on record of a threat for officers' safety. >> reporter: his mother said that he was mentally ill. speak-e schizophrenic, he has to take the medication. hostile the us to pay but he never pays for it. they send the police there. >> reporter: 1 police tracked him back to assess the city brought in a hostage negotiator trying to talk him down. >> if he was pointing the gun and screaming. where
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officers were preparing to attend the negotiations with his arm the individual when he saw a shot at the officers starting our use of deadly force. >> that was ever a gunshot. >> reporter: the upshot was followed by a second. moments later, one officer fired back. you can faintly hear another round from crones pistol. and then, the fatal shot, it was their only option to keep him alive. because of medical privacy concerns the king gives details on the confrontation that started here at the pharmacy. so far cbs has now returned or calls for comment. san mateo, jonathan bloom kron4 kron4 news. >> will: there expected to discuss walnut creek safety today. the public's works
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director would give a report of the findings and there will be a time for public comment. two weeks ago to teenagers were killed for trying to a raft of through the rain filled canal. the man who forced the closure of the bay bridge has accepted a plea deal. he stopped and the bridge westbound with his 16 year- old daughter he called in a bomb threat and then to take his own live, at the time they did not know yet a fake gun, yesterday he pleaded guilty to felony child endangerment and making false bomb threat. for thhim doing that he only gets one you're in jail. san mateo county's office has released more information about two men wanted in a home birth early, a description of her brown eyes, heavyset, olive skin man yellow hard hat bluejacket gold lettering
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came to a home entrepreneurs the said he was a caltrans workers needed to check the backyard for the possibility lowlands lie. the second suspect came in and stole a jury. operation to wall of is said to take off today. to what was are sent from the bay area to the york city because they're lacking in to what was. the census their animal care and rich in america have teamed up for to wall of chihuahua air lio date. senna same voters approved a measure you which imposes a new 7% hit sales tax from hot clubs sales many of the top club owners are extremely frustrated with this new tax, they
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showed up with city hall to ask questions about new sales tax on their businesses park club owners say the tax is unfair because technically the city still considers their operations to be illegal. >> there's no actual business license for marijuana so all i was trying to figure a myself how you go about imposing a business tax or and there's no true business license. we have been impressed that we could be incriminating air cells because of this, it is very subtle and unfair because the city of san jose doesn't appear to be helping us. >> will: there 100 pop clubs in san jose. coming up, we will tell you about the quick changes in our weather forecasting they enjoy it is sunny but by late tonight into overnight wednesday it is going to be windy, really, right now things are just as,, you can
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see in san francisco 46 degrees, high of 57.
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>> will: in world news the u.s. amounts to the un called the vision of a curiouthe libyan leader the
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delusional.delusional. rugglesto bridge back thnew zealand officials have raised the death toll to 155. there could be fears that it could go as high as 240. rescue workers are still searching for the victims, the owners of the building that collapsed in the earthquake kelly up to one to zero people say recent engineer's report found no problems with the structural integrity a lawyer for the building's owners said tuesday that a detailed structure engineered report commissioned after an earlier craig fired superficial damage to the building where raised no structural damage issues. national news, for the first time since the be keep all oil rig disaster the government has approved a permanent to drill in oil wells off the coast. --be
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key deep water explosion. the s&l 11 oil workers, spilled millions of gallons of oil into the ocean for nearly three months. the deep water ban was lifted in october after regulators faced pressure by the while industry to open the golf back up to drawling. government agencies said approval will slow down but the need for reform drilling safety standards. a supply chamber is being firmly attached to the international space station this is video of yesterday space walk, space shuttle discovery to celebrity extra storage space over the weekend, the italian boot chamber is named leonardo actor leonardo david g..after l
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this light was an extra day, the 12 day mission will now come on next tuesday. coming up, we will tell you you need to know about weather and rye wednesday could be a very ugly day for everyone. let's set aside, if nothing ugly about the same mateo bridge, moving along just fine. we will be right back.
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>> will: welcome back to the kron 4 news. 4:29 a.m. he is a live shot from san as a, and estacio, clearing the road way. --in has a clear on the roadways. in san as a. jose. sunday conditions, james fletcher is here to defend our spirits.
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>> james: literally. (laughter) >> james: today will have a pretty nice afternoon it all changes as we head into the evening, let's break it down, and today dry, warm. this evening overnight into wednesday heavy rain. heavy in to tomorrow. rate during a morning commuter on wednesday. thursday scattered showers continue, it will be a wet next couple of days. if you have any thing to do outside today is the day to get it done. we're in the 40's, 30's no big surprise a lot like what we saw yesterday. showers setting up the coast, that is a type of our way this evening. this afternoon we're expecting conditions to be warm. 57 san francisco, 56 in richmond.
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61 = the rest of the day.bay. it looks like at this point that the biggest storm will probably have less about 10:00 this evening, then served as all my long into to run morning. in fact, we have storm tracker 4 are set for 8:00, wednesday, that's when we are going to see a lot of this rain. that is our were watching for. it will be rather intense. keeping an eye on this, more scattered by wednesday afternoon. overnight into the morning tuesday and wednesday there we see the heaviest rain and even last through thursday. here is a look at your 7 day around the bay. beyond wednesday still wet, we get a slight brake on friday comes out, sunday we are rain back into bay area giving us another dose. pro where best chance on sunday. wet forecast for the week. now, here is a
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look at the traffic. >> erica: we're still pretty quiet in the traffic department we have two accidents on roadways none of them are affecting your commute. if your heading outside, a couple more cars on the road that we saw on our last checks still preconditions' toward san francisco, although you do have some overnight construction between the incline and treasure island until 5:00 a.m. san mateo bridge, westbound, east bound 92, nice. no problems to report. accident and incident free. golden gate, southbound-101 is nice and quiet. a quick check from the set bay, no hot spots. very quiet on their roadways. --the road race.. ando
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problems reported for easy come apart, muni.public transit >> will: pacific gas and electric company engineers are expected to be the first to testify today before the national transportation safety board in a public curing in dc. plan to release thousands of pages of documents coming from the september blast. that killed eight people, destroying 38 homes. pipeline explosion victims in san francisco faces jail in a classic scam. --blass to scam this happens after a few people went to the state to pretend to be victims. there parlor looking at jail time. up to one year, all of them got credit for time serving. if
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you want to know more about this, all you have to do is go to www.kron4.com we are going to monitor the meeting today in d.c. by pg&e and we'll have that on television throughout the morning, the conservative www.kron4.com to log in will your air work. up the deal is in the works for nancy and philips garrido for holding teasingly do very captive for 18 years. nancy's lawyer said she admitted to police she was the one the grat jaycee lee dugard of the streets and she knew she was raped by her husband but was not involved. the case took a turn toward a possible plea deal earlier this month when a judge declared philip. out competent to stand trial. compe
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an advocate for missing children we spoke to last night, here's his reaction to yesterday's confession. >> caller: i am very happy that they confessed, i believe that this should be reduced dave jaycee lee dugard and her daughters from having to testify in open court. that would be the best solution. i would hope that the judge or the sons to ensure that neither of these people are released back into society again. the crimes they committed against this young woman and her family are about as bad as they could possibly be i think the only saving grace is the fact is she is alive. certainly these be bush to spend the rest of their miserable lives behind bars. they are monsters they committed crimes over a long period of time. they have no business ever setting foot in this society again. >> will: our coverage continues on line, we post
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the entire statement from nancy. rows and attorn's attorn. pink slips could go by the end of the year, the san francisco unified school of your struggle finalize their march 15th layoff notices today 140 laos are teachers in addition to rainy day money and the federal money for passage of the governor's tax extension could help save jobs. think slips could go out to east side union school district teachers in san jose. as many as 110 teachers could get notices later this month. it includes between 15-25 teachers, 25-30 classified teachers, 50 temporary teachers working mainly in adult education. east side union is the largest rise the district in northern california. it is
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facing a $13 million budget deficit. the justice armand says out lesbian federal employe should still be denied permission to add her way to or health-insurance this despite the obama administration's refusal to defend a definition of same- sex marriage. the a administration will still in force the defense of marriage act into the street down by record or repealed by congress. lt. gov. gavin newsom is ditching this difference is a state office building where he normally works in favor of a place in so much. the city's former mayor says he sharing space and the founders then, is an invitation only workspace. his spokesman says the $500 amount of expense is less than it would cost to lease space in the state owned building. the racing yacht
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that one back the america's cup trophy returned from yesterday. weather permitting a will on loaded this morning. its arrival is stirring up excitement on the city's waterfront. >> reporter: it is exciting that is here today and said her sister. it is considered the fastest racing yacht in the world too big to cell underneath the golden gate bridge it was disassembled and brought in on this cargo ship. once it reassembled there's talk of putting it on display a symbol of national pride. >> this an example of what america can put together what it takes on the restaurant worldt of the world. >> reporter: it's a promise of what the competition will bring. >> is a significant piece of the puzzle. >> reporter: 30 sherman will spend the next 17 days
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and loading it. this is one team's equipment i think they're a team scheduled to be insane for this group. oracle racing will be appear easier for the next two years. they're flying in from around the world. they'll put together their boats, rather race. buying materials from differences companies, eating at restaurants calmer renting from landlords, the impact is real. one study projected that the america's cup race will create 9000 jobs injecting more than $1 billion since the economy. >> will: coming up, we will talk about national whether speaking of weather lets head of cited sure your roof camera it is clear, cold, enjoy the day because come late tonight, overnight wednesday we're going to get pounded by some rain, wind. james lick tells all about that in a few minutes.
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>> will: welcome back to the kron 4 news. here is the bay bridge toll plaza if you need to cross only $4, no traffic, and no problems. san mateo, okay we don't have that job. this is the golden gate shot, very easy, no problems to eric is tracking traffic she will tell us in a few moments have through raise book. the department of forestry is trying to put out a forest fire in florida, here is video from the fire. you can see burning out of control. state of emergency is in affect many residents have been evacuated. at one point in the job interstate 95 forcing a 21 mi. shut down in both directions. the cause of this fire is under
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investigation. as system of storms drenched the streets of knoxville, this is causing millions of dollars worth of damage as of the waters ruined cars, homes homes and cars.. many were strad to be rescued. the struggling to make their way out witnesses say the water came up in a matter of minutes. one home was reported pushed off its foundation. it indoxyl food bank workers was flooded so badly all supplies were destroyed. our polls are down, cleanup is under way after powerful storms blew through that area. par air outages have left many residents in the dark. businesses forced to close. crews are working around the clock to restore the power. people say the storm hit quickly like a freight train. it was coming through
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our living room. amasses tincal instruct ohioheavy rain d caused flooding they believe that bad weather is to blame for rising call in ohio. coming up we'll talk about the weather and how quickly it will change. on live look at the bay bridge, work continues as they continue to put the last section of the tower there. keep in mind that to right-hand lanes from east to west are shutdown at this time. we'll be right back.
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>> will we recommend that people are a conservative with their water use an improvement with the way these waters. it is never something to be wasted. >> will: of water stored in the district provides 25 percent as santa clara county's water supply. if water is what they're why what, it is what they're going to get. >> james: absolutely, we have of what had an array tonight, this is the san mateo bridge let's break it down, they will be interesting. today, warm, dry clouds building. if you have any at their plants today's the day to did tonight heavy rain, strong
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winds expected eight-9:00. rain is heaviest in the morning in will start to taper off in the afternoon. really heavy here tonight in to tomorrow. that is where we see the threat of potential flash flooding. there is saturated there have soling key greeks and rivers 1-2 in. potentially three or more depending on how long it sits over top. that is the way looks. here's for the rain is falling, at your north expected to come down through the day. it is sitting of the pacific northwest sitting behind the kron4 logo at the top of your screen. a-9:00 tonight is where we see the rain, it
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begins to come to the north bay. 10:00 p.m. heavy-water rain in the north bay. scattered showers bay area wide. biden midnight more moderate-heavy rain. all of this is going to give is quite a bit of rain this evening we also have the mountain still is that as well, 4:00 a.m. still widespread rain. the rains begin to pull back but we're still dealing with scattered charge activity for the morning to morning is going to be not the best commute to slow traffic expect spinets the typical pattern, by noon it breaks up and up the weekend shift into scattered showers forecast. here's where temperatures are rain now, fairly mild up with 30's, low 40's no big surprise. as we look out over the rest of the wheat we know after tomorrow's rain, scatter charts we have a brief break on friday. rain is back for the weekend. now, here is a look
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at the traffic. >> erica: we're wrapping up the hour with no hot spots. the bridge is check out nicely, a live look at the bay bridge a few more cars on the road there we saw 10 minutes ago great conditions heading toward san francisco. overnight construction in effect, that is between the incline and treasure island to lanes will be shut down. it is not producing any slowing. drive time of 9 minutes from the foot of the maze in to san francisco. san mateo, westbound, 92 very quiet no problems. we're not tracking any problems getting to the bridge. were either direction of the nimitz, same story here's the golden gate, says brad 101 moves well. public transit still looking great, no problems to report. >> will: new changes are
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coming to the clipper card this week it's in response to a trend by dishonest people trying to get a free ride jeff bush explains what's new and how transportation officials plan to tackle it. >> reporter: last fall we towed to a butchy toward taking advantage orchestral are convenience it allows carriers to take a negative balance by a number of people registering away the kurds and the m.t.a. was my is the money. the latest data indicates 15,000 cards have a negative balance. >> these are public dollars, their scare is rain now. >> it's hard to tell how much money they lost because many of the kurds were reloaded. starting on tuesday your costs $5 to get a new card there won't solve the problem but it would make it less likely to have a negative balance. they
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could ever eliminated about that idea was shot down. >> here or deny the convenience to the many thousands of customers who were using the system as it was intended to be used. the majority of the people better transit riders are honest, well-intentioned people. >> reporter: most just cost about $5 bridge reduce the likelihood of a negative balance. >> will: a group of 15 men wearing masks or of the high-tech office in fremont. they believe they were organized, professional band of thieves. the robbers hit near interstate 680 and freeman tying up five people took their wallets, so phones stealing a significant amount of computer parts. no one got a good look at the suspects
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and no arrests made so far. at&t will use gps to target customers often ask, kuban's, other offers. this is the first for wireless carrier will target customers incidents as there, l.a., new york some advertisers on board include kmart, h-p, wal-mart. you must opt in to participate. one of fire department is getting some attention over and itunes application they created. >> gabe: they have created an iphone application that is getting a lot of attention. i've never heard of a fire department creating a mobile application but that's what happening it is the first of its kind it was created to save lives aken x people who are suffering a life- threatening situation with
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radio people who are in nearby trained in cpr. the fire chief explains how words they will see they put together a video demonstrating it. >> you can download it from the application start, they opt in to be notified if there is a cpr event nearby. they basically say they're willing to assist. flynn a 91 call comes in when they believe cpr is needed we will notify users of the application in the area of the event the visit a public place. >> gabe: users will see where that person is pinpointed on the map, it's getting a lot of attention using gps location technology in a really good helpful medical way. >> 43 firefighters on duty, 15-20,000 people who are cpr trained and that is quite a force multiplier. >> gabe: this is a great
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example of new technology usbeing used to improve our lives. >> will: still ahead if you're looking for a job to move ahead of state if you don't have to we'll tell you why for since the bay area's a good place to look. here's a live look inside, san as a nice, like, no problems. we will be right back.
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>> will: here is a look at your 7 day around the bay. in zurich today the clock is ticking come tonight the rain is coming and we'll see lots of rain, wind overnight into wednesday. there is they, showers it clears up little on friday, saturday in looks like sunday we see rain again. deftly a roller- coaster ride as far as mother nature. let's set aside, current temperatures in san francisco, no problems as far as moving along if you go to san
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francisco occurring temperature 46 degrees, a high of 57 degrees clear, cold. if you are thinking of relocating to find a job you might want to stay put, forbes camera with a list of these cities to find jobs, the ec's place is san jose, no. 2 washington dc, three baltimore, san francisco #4, seattle #five. the rating is determined by calculating the number of postings per thousand people in each major city the data covers job listings in the fourth quarter of 2010 with the salary estimate of $50,000 or more. the hardest place to find a job new orleans that is the hardest place, and buffalo and rochester, no. 4 miami, no. 5
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riverside and look louisville.louisville. pacific d electric company is to testify about the deadly standard error gas pipeline explosion we'll tell you all about that in a few minutes. here's a live look go outside out what's being done at the bay bridge. in the middle that's the heart of their putting up it could cause some traffic problems for the next several days. your.
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>> darya: 5:00 a.m., a top stories in three days of hearings at the start in just one hour on lassa timers and deadly pipeline crossed. >> will: as surprising confession by the couple accused of kidnapping and holding jaycee lee dugard for nearly 18 years.
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>> darya: school cuts looming for to bay area cities we are going to tell you right officials say some of those layoffs could be prevented. >> will: let's send it over to james, he's tracking the weather conditions right now golden gate, clear, cold this will not last? >> james: this is the call before the storm is a live look at the bay bridge let's talk about the weather, to break down our expecting. the dry warmer day to day clouds building as we head into the afternoon. today will be nice, dry, the rain begins tonight falling heavy overnight lasting through the morning commute before it breaks up and becomes more scattered we have heavy rain expected well to our north, not a lot of activity rain now, that will change.
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storm system on the several agencies to the top, we have another run off of the pacific. the one to our north is bringing cold there the other bringing a tropical moisture the combination will impact us. in fact reset the clock at 8:00 p.m. that is slowly begin to see showers in the north bay. by its pentium more widespread when minute we see heavy rain in the north bay north of santa rosa the sinecures months dealing with heavy showers. the pattern holds off through the evening into the early morning. by 8:00, your commute even though it breaks up still leaving you with scattered share possibility of through your morning ride will be along commute expects the notes, we will follow that. a lot of wind associated with the storm to be surprised if there are down trees. by
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noon it breaks up more scattered showers. here's where temperatures are rain now 30's, 40's a lot like yesterday. --right now. a brief break and friday, temperatures will lower 60s. now, here is a look at the traffic. >> george: thank you, james we're not tracking any big problems yet. the bridge, the work and those towers is going to be visible to murderous. it is likely the we'll have a slower than usual ride for the westbound rate bridge. currently light traffic, san mateo, no problems westbound highway 92 looks good and to foster city and so does the red for the golden gate 101. trouble-free coming across the span no delays during county for 101. darya? >> darya: to the latest on the investigation into the
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sea and bernard-sign explosion pacific gas and electric company engineers are expected to be the first to testify today before the national transportation safety board. they also plan to released thousands of pages of documents starting from the blast that happened in september killing eight people and destroying 38 homes. they're expected to include allow tests on the failed a pipe. app the deal is in the works for philip and nancy garrido after surprisingly they confessed to robbing jaycee lee dugard captive for 18 years. nancy garrido told her lawyer that she confessed to the the detectives. she's admitted to police she was the one who grat jaycee lee dugard off the streets of lake tahoe, she also said she needed to guard was raped by
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her husband which is issues number of and that. it took a turn toward a possible plea deal when the judge declared philip garrido was competent to stand trial. >> will: school district across the state are getting ready to issue layoff notices for teachers and other stuff, this year the state may see more layoffs because of the fiscal crisis in san francisco the school board today is expected to approve its plan which calls for 419 layoffs among them 140 teachers and counselors but those pros laos may not happen if several things fall into place. >> i think we positioned ourselves better than most one, which in spend all or some less money we save did because we knew this coming year we would have warheads. secondly we have the privilege to have the rainy
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day from the city that is out this. >> will: along with the rainy day money district officials say the governor's tax extension must pass to prevent more layoffs in the school district without that they say more cuts on the possibility of a shortened school year could become reality things that could be coming out to east side union school district teachers and san jose as many as 110 teachers could get the notices this month here's at the numbers bring down, they include between 1525 certified teachers, 25 and 30 classified teachers and as many as 50 temporary teachers working mainly in adult education east side union is the largest high school district in northern california is currently facing a $13 million deficit. >> darya: we will be right back with the kron 4 morning news, weather and traffic in just a few moments. it is the nicest, sunniest day and warmest of the week. right
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>> will: stock futures are positive stabilizing of prices and signs of a stronger economy sent stocks higher yesterday for the s&p rose, nasdaq rose one point, intel says it completed its purchase of mcafee. intel says in august that it would buy mcafee for 7.6 $8 billion in an all cash deal. --7.68 billion. pac bell is striking back to battle its image questioning its talk of failing. it comes the week to attack
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rebel is due to respond to the lawsuit in court in california. the commercials emphasize the message that the filling is 80% you. wisconsin gov. is set to unveil the rest of his plan for dealing with budget woes, this is video protestors from yesterday he is quickly becoming the darling of republicans across the country for his play to take away most collective bargaining rights for workers. the rest of his plan will include deep cuts for schools, local governments can help close a projected $3.6 billion shortfall. >> darya: \ prod probldid run in realigning after criticism. aides say the state should continue to oversee margin dangerous parolees rather than having them placed in jail. pushing some law-
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enforcement related functions to local governments was one way brown sought to save money. gavin newsom is this in the san francisco office building where he works in free or for a place in selma. some of the market. the city's former mayor ought is insuring series and the founders dan, invitation only workspace for onshore and yours. the $500 amount of expense is less than it would cost to lease space in the state and building has previous officeholders had. >> will: still had the latest about the new zealand quake and why the death toll number just went up, we'll tell you whether back here in the bay arabout the weather e in the bay area, and jury today but by late tonight we will get here with the rain. 46 degrees and san francisco we'll be right back.
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>> will: world news, the
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u.s. ambassador to the u.n. calls libyan dictator delusional. he claims he's not using force to get rid of libyans and they love him, he's sending teams to move in naval forces as all options are still on the table. forces lawyer to khaddafi have tried but failed to retake a city the capital. new zealand officials have raised the debt all 2155. yes bay wa at 148155. their fears that the guards high as 240. the owners of about in a collapsed during the earthquake killing one to zero people say recent engineer's report found no problems with the structural integrity a lawyer for the building's owner said tuesday that it details structural engineers report
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commissioned of during earlier quake one superficial damage but raised no structural issues. >> darya: look at a double live shot around the bay to give us an idea what's out there on the left, james lick, that looks pretty good, nice, clear. on the right to the bridge to the bay bridge, easy ride. today's the day to get out and enjoy the weather. >> james: no kidding, but to mark this time there's a whole lot of rain. --by tomorrow at this time. this morning, partly cloudy, cool start, not bad. mild temperatures clouds begin to build in the evening hours. overnight mostly cloudy, heavy rain. heavy enough that we may have the potential for minor flooding. we'll talk about that in a minute. here's a quick look there were the rain is falling, to our north, just off the coast,
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not a lot slowing rain now. falling right now. we have a lot of moisture in the pacific, we will be read in line of fire when the stock is lower today. the rain is expected to fall around 9:00 p.m. and get heavier as we had to get the evening. overnight into to mark expect less than an inch. we could potentially see three or more inches in the range. we're watching out for that. here's where temperatures will be this afternoon, 50s-'60s probably not getting any warmer than 62. all in all lot bad. here is a look at your 7 day around the bay. and settle to the rest of the week once we get done with their rain still in scattered showers pattern for thursday. saturday and sunday only reset, get right
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back into rain mud.motive. now, here is a look at the traffic. >> george: no hot sauce, and light traffic for the bridges, the breed bridge the media's lower commute with the usability.--no hot spots, the bay bridge may be slower because of the construction. note from said the san mateo bridge. --no problems at the san mateo bridge. golden gate, no problems. public transit good start, and no delays. south bay, run 101, easy commute.--ride on 101. from the upper to the lorry shore
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freeway looks good the drive time from hercules to berkeley looks good. 12 minutes. >> darya: if your communities to over the bay bridge caltrans is a out there working doing this new work. yoli is live, she is going to give us the update and posed as on the sissel slowing when down how is it going? >> reporter: traffic seems to be flowing pretty smoothly from minute they're real excited to have some lanes closed off. but it seems like they've reopened all of those lanes. it seems the be keeping a pretty constant speed. but, that is because of this point it is way above high level. you can see they put one leg up and it takes about 30 hours just to one
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of those legs in place. this work is to go on throughout the week, it will be interesting to see if a will take a temporary stop because of the storm that's coming in. we've got will slow down anything or not. it is scheduled to continue throughout the week. >> darya: thank you, will? >> will: thank you, san mateo police are investigating and that the opposition of shooting the habit of street yesterday afternoon gavin just a few blocks from where the problem started at a nearby drugstore the man who police said it was robert corn show begun threatening employees or for running through backyards of burning in and out of his home, where the shooting took place. half his mother so too is mentally ill. >> his schizophrenic, everyone knows, the police know, he has to take the
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medication. he never has to pay. he never prisoners for the kitchen. --he never pays for his medication. >> will: because of medical progress serieprivacy concerns g give details. >> darya: a fremont office was rocked police believe is an organized, professional group. the hit tune engen corp. in fremont. the tide of five employees, took their wallets, cell phones, so dealing a significant amount of computer parts. no one got a good look, no arrests have been made. actor charlie sheen continues to go on the are talking about himself, and now he's in vincible. his latest quotes " to his own request to claim absolute victory on every front " he told cnn last night he is
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clean, focus, not an addict is someone who lives live to the foes. >> there's a couple of things i wish i hadn't started, smoking cigarettes, that has dan i now have the lun of a nonsmoker. (laughter) >> what about drugs? >> yes, there is some schools gcaught the some totals our experience when lose, draw, something like that. i don't think i would treat any of it. i am still live which is pretty cool. >> darya: he doesn't regret the drugs, he will save the things he might go back to drugs or via as any rain now, he doesn't he has in the interests of those rain now. but is not sure. he says he had this awakening.
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last night's cbs and warner brothers decide to discontinue production on two and half man. they're big show, that he's the star for the remainder of the season. this is after all of this publicity about him lashing out at the code reader. charley says he plans to sue cbs for halting the show and which he gets $2 million forperhaps there for. >> will: 11 of a non smoker coming he sounds like up to know. we're moving along just fine, if he stepped aside as 41 degrees, a high of 61. we'll be right back.
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>> darya: there is a system of severe storms that hit the southeast look what it did to tennis a this is a street here not very useful
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for the cars that are trapped underwater it hurts are inundated a store church also submerged and you can see people trying to make it through here and help each other witnesses say this water came up in just a matter of minutes want are reported to be pushed off its foundation just floating away. the knoxville food bank was so flooded out that all the supplies have been destroyed. hello walls are down any cleanup is under the way, the whole county got hit by a powerful storms lookit this, you can see what power is out, we towed to about this storm if they have a lot of work to do crews are working around the clock trying to get the electricity back on that storm hit so quickly this is why they have the phrase said it sounds like a freight train they have to wait and see what really sounded like shoppers are in for surprised when they arrived at the parking lot
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in this store in toronto, ohio, lookit this or curse put this state around this whole. has to giant sinkhole the lockerbie befallen. heavy rain, melted snow has caused flooding in the area. they believe the bad weather is what caused it. >> will: bad weather and high out, firing in florida, wyeth fire continues to burn at of control 13,000 a. fire in florida. a state of emergency is in fact, many residents have been evacuated for their safety. at one point the fire jumped interstate-95 forcing a shutdown about directions the cause of this fire is under investigation. we'll be r.
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>> darya: everyone is up and moving well at the speed limit visibility is good, we are looking at a clear day
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today, what time did the clubs rolling? >> james: late afternoon into the evening. we bring in the rain, ninth best in a pocket knife. by 9-10:00 tonights the dress, warmest day of the week. we have not seen rain in the last couple of days. tonight, tomorrow morning heavy rain goes bay area wide anywhere from less than an inch to 3 in. or more. the coast from the mounds getting the most thursday to answer showers continues. that's how the next three days plays out. you can seedbed rain on the satellite, it is bringing heavy rain northern california. we're looking proudly but it across where we see showers entering the bay area. heavy strain due
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north of santa rosa, 10:00 p.m. the rain goes widespread, bay area was showers heavier stuff in the north bay we're also seeing heavy cells along the scenic cruz mountains. that's where we see the possibility of heavy runoff. the soil is just about saturated from last system. a lot of steam still swollen. as we head into wednesday morning heavy showers and the north bay don't be surprised if we have problems there as well. we will see spinets, power and riches. a lot of staff to follow. 4:00 a.m. still heavy rain even by your commute our still seeing fairly widespread showers after 8:00 as we head towards noon future cast is calling for the rain to pull back genes to a more mixed the by the later half a live look better than the beginning half. right now temperatures in the upper
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30's, a lot like what we saw yesterday this afternoon we're looking for upper 50s, low 60s. 57 san francisco, 61 vallejo, 61 oakland, 62 hayward. here is a look at your 7 day around the bay. we stay wet threat the week except for a brief break friday in the first half saturday in looks like sunday will be wet. next week is a wet snow. george? >> george: choir ride around the bay area no hot spots, still light traffic at the bridges. heavier than usual commute for the bay bridge a little slower today with a visual hazard. currently it is very light, no metering lights, probably in the next 40 minutes we'll see those
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activated. san mateo, now back up, no delay the the volume continues to build the golden gate from marin county 101 looks good here, no problems to the county dry pavement. >> darya: we want to get the latest on the investigation into the san bruno gas line explosion. pacific gas and electric company engineers are expected to be first to testify before the national transportation safety board. there's a hearing in washington d.c. starting in 30 minutes the board also plans to release thousands of pages of documents stemming from the blast that killed eight people destroying 38 homes. those documents are expected to include loud tests on the philippi. a san francisco woman facing a year in jail after a blast saddam, she pleaded no contest to posing as a victim of the san bruno explosion. --last scablast scam.
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she said she lived in a unit that investigators determine did not exist. a surprising concession by the couple accused of kidnapping in holding jaycee lee dugard kept it for almost 20 years. >> reporter: philip into nancand leave the garrido to invest to halting jaycee lee dugard tap differing nearly 18 years. she was his 11 years old when she was an inept. the lawyer says they confessed in hopes of getting a plea deal so far nothing has been agreed upon. >> will: this case brings a strong emotions especially for the averages for missing children mark cast whose
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daughter was kidnapped and killed in '93 we spoke with him weby phone. >> caller: very happy that they confessed, i believe that this should be able to save jaycee and her daughters from having to testify. i hope that the judge about the sense to ensure that you hear these people are a service back into society again. the crimes they committed against this young woman and her family are as bad as they can be. i think the only saving grace is the fact is she is alive. certainly these people should spend the rest of their miserable lives behind bars. these people are monsters. they've committed horrendous crimes over a long period of time. they have no business stepping foot into society again. >> will: our coverage continues on mine, we post to the entire statement from
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her attorney just go to www.kron4.com. >> darya: more than 400 teachers and administrators, aides are going to receive state mandated notices that they get being slicks by the end of the year. ---pinks lip slips. in addition to every needy money, passes of the tanks in sentience could save those jobs. now diabolo is meeting tonight in concord to talk about their budget closed last week they voted to keep two schools open. the county is asking the district to develop its 2011-2012 budget assuming the tax exemptions proposed by governor brown fail. in addition the county wants the district to set aside three under dollars per student in a special reserve fund or no plan to reduce
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its gender $80 million budget for next year by an extra $300 per people. >> will: coming up we will tell you what lawmakers are trying to do to keep the government running for least another two weeks. here's a live look at side of the golden gate bridge, enjoy today, come tonight we are going to get pounded by rain and wind. we will be right back with the kron 4 morning news, weather and traffic in just a few moments. turn to adjourn san rafael 39 degrees they will get to a high of 56. s 13. i was in a hurry to grow up and wanted to look cool. big tobacco knew it, and they preyed on me. i'm here to tell you that big tobacco hasn't changed. they continue to profit... by selling kids the same lies... to get them to use... the same deadly products. don't be big tobacco's next victim.
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>> darya: welcome back to the kron 4 news. congress is considering legislation to avoid a partial shutdown of the government and temporary funding runs out the gop bill would give the government running for two weeks ended time to buy time for lawmakers including obama to reach an agreement on a long-term legislation the senate is likely to go along despite concerns that it will take longer than two
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weeks to reach a deal. timothy gate near will go before the house committee today to talk about the need to revamp the nation's huge testing market. he says the obama administration wants congress to approve legislation that overfalls fannie mae and freddie mac in two years. they attacked by then would worsen the market jitters and the serious problems unaddressed. >> will: a chamber is being partly attached to the space station today, this is video of yesterday's space walk, space shuttle discovery delivered the extra storage space over the weekend the italian built jaber is named leonardo after leonardo de vinci. the discovery crew notified mission control yesterday that the slate was an extra day. the 12 day mission will come home tuesday. coming up, we'll
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tell you about the quick changes that are happening to our weather. here's a live look get san francisco skyline in jury today because over the next few hours it will radically change china's we'll get pounded with rain, wind. james will tell us all about that only come back.when we com
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>> darya: 5:46 a.m. a double life blood, for the sun comes up everything looks clear,--a double live look. traffic is nice, light at the bay bridge, no sign of rain rain now we just have to trust you. >> james: is on the way, let's break down the next few days today, to mark today is warm, dry clouds will build. tonight that's when things get harry, heavy
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rain, strong winds. in fact that rain could get 3 in. or more in santa cruz. watching for the threat of any flooding we have morning rain to mark failed to produce average our activity tomorrow evening. let's talk in more detail about the rain, to our north the just up the coast of eureka. sun near as yet but it is coming our way. you'll see how big the storm is just up the pacific northwest, this is road trucker way by this evening 8-9:00 tonight not only as a bringing heavy rain are way it will bring up some pretty intense winds. the national weather service has issued a wind advisory taking effect midnight tonight tinian tomorrows steady winds of 20 just 30 mi. per hour testing to 40-50. still be surprised if we have down trees and
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power problems as a result. keep that in mind. tomorrow we will do some damage as pacific gas and electric company is out there trying to get the work done. right now temperatures looking pretty good, ever 30's, low 40's. this afternoon, you can see the temperature changes more 50s-'60s. 62 will be the warmest. here is a look at your 7 day around the bay. not only do we stay relatively unsettles today into tomorrow but also for the weekend to a brief tryout for friday, saturday the clouds rebuild rain saturday and sunday. temperatures saying mild low 60s. george? >> george: looks good, no proms, hotspot some bay area roadways california highway patrol has been pretty quiet, they're not dealing with many incidents. not much traffic at the bay
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bridge. westbound ride has really begun to back up at all. light traffic for the toll plaza san mateo bridge as well. rather than 92 the traffic in the non commute direction is almost as heavy as the westbound ride. golden gate, a problem free, no delays an accident and petaluma at the off ramp but it is not blocking any lanes. 101 is a good run. ed tran said george >> will: and it spends a day for muni, today they're considering travelling mode 12 more claims totaling nearly $1 million the commission resulted in 57
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games, it slammed into a boarding pass out from the operator removed the train from the control system as he got closer to the platform he told investigators he blacked out shortly after running the train in manual mode. craig carlos-valentino, the antioch man who blocked traffic after police say he threatened to blow up the bay bridge, has pleaded guilty to making a false bomb threat and to child endangerment, according to san francisco district attorney george gascon.carlos-valentino had his 16-year-old daughter in his car during the incident.he will serve one year in jail and four years of probation as part of a plea agreement.the 52-year- old was arrested nov. 11 after a two-hour standoff on the bridge. he was allegedly distraught because of marital and financial problems. >> darya: the unleashing continues talking, ranting about himself, in this case closed his quest to claim absolute victory on every front " he told pierce
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margin that he's clean, focused, he is someone who lives led to the focus. >> absolutely, i enjoy every moment. >> people ought to be in such a happy people. >> don't think i will ignore a smash or dismiss the model that has balderdash. for lots for better word. >> what you call yourself an automatic? >> with the other word? >> is it is simple as you like to party? >> as long as i subscribe to the beast of others that describe these models that don't live kron4 creativity is better surrender us in their room are all lame, i
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cannot find a label other than just a line. i guess i'm on a drug is called charlie sheen. >> darya: he's a guy who likes porn stars, drugs, hanging out, paying people to hang out with him. he doesn't see a problem with that. in fact he says he's so focused been cleaned because he had an appearance in this awakeninan awakening. co discontinue us to have meant for which he did it 2 million an episode for the remainder of the season. he slashed at the crater, sheen said he plans to sue cbs. >> will: i hate to say it but he's turned into mussy tv. what we say next? (laughter) >> will: coming up much more weather, traffic, news. bay bridge, a look at the construction, it looks like traffic is moving along just
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fine. we will hear from yoli about the traffic conditions in a few minutes. this is your captain speaking, we are fourteenth in line for take off. beep, beep, beep. looks like its bumper to bumper on the interstate. i gotta get to cleveland! should have skipped that second soda. remove your belt, your watch, your shoes. i wonder what gas costs today. seven dollars for a pillow! an extra bag costs what? i hate traffic! (train child) the train is now arriving. (announcer) the train has arrived indeed. amtrack. enjoy the journey.
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>> darya: a looks like you have more people as they're coming getting to work here at the golden gate bridge, it is 37 degrees chile morning that it hit the warmest, these a day of the week high of 60 before we go into that slide towards rain. that happens overnight into wednesday we have rain, wind on wednesday. there's just a tiny break before we have a weekend of more rain. >> will: if you're thinking of relocating to find a job you might want to stay in the bay horse has come out with a list of these cities to find jobs san jose top spot. washington d.c. is number two, three baltimore, san francisco #4, no. 5 in seattle. the ranking is
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determined by calculating the number of job postings per thousand people. it covers all job openings and $50,000 in march. the hardest place to find a job is norman's, for buffalo and rochester next, from #four miami, next is riverside california and louisville. stay right here for an employee. >> darya: you have to be qualified for the stubs this is a problem, all these to borden to come here but locals did the job. he noted lower hiring know. they have jobs but can you get them? maybe your computer savvy lighter note. will we will be rh the kron 4 morning news, weather and traffic in just a few moments.
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